How To Tap Into The Feeling Of Travel – Manifest More Travel!

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Tapping into travel offers the opportunity to make the whole travel manifestation process fun, and below, I’m going to show you how I’ve done it so you can do it too.

First of all, why is this important?

Even though I am a believer that you can simply imagine the scene of your travel dreams in your mind, without completely feeling all of it, all the time, visualizing is still a big part of creating and manifesting more travel in your life, in this case. When I manifested my way to Greece, I wasn’t always feeling super abundant and I had no idea when I would be able to go. However, I always found myself visualizing the images of what being in Greece was like to me. I eventually got good at this because that same year I found myself with the opportunity to travel to Greece, and manifest the financial means to do so. Within months. I was on my actual way to Greece.

Related: How I Manifested My Trip To Greece and How You Can Do It Too

girl sitting on a white wall in Santorini Greece tapping into the feeling of travel

And the thing about this is that it’s completely possible for you too. If you can find ways in your everyday life to include something that you would find yourself doing if you were traveling, it’s going to happen in your physical reality.

This is the way I was able to manifest some of my biggest travel experiences, so I am very confident that it can work for you as well.

Our minds on manifesting the things that we want

Everything we do is on the basis of habits and routines, therefore if we find the way to incorporate these little “travel moments” into our day, we are able to fully not only manifest these travel moments but manifest them quicker. You’re living it in your mind therefore it becomes so real, that it’s only a matter of time until it comes into physical fruition.

Lecturers in the neuroscience field and the manifesting world will agree that the more you imprint on the subconscious brain the new scene of the thing you want, in this case, a travel experience, constant visualization is key. Hold it, and imprint it into your subconscience. As Dr. Joe Dispenza says, the subconscious mind will believe anything you tell it repeatedly, and that’s the case and basis for anything you want to change in your life. From thoughts to feelings, to habits, to actions. Thoughts become things.

With this understanding, you can see that the ability to think of your mind as a reprogrammable computer. You are able to adopt new ways of thought and try new methods to already start experiencing more travel in the now, and like I said, this very do-able and not to mention, fun process! Adding in these little tips on how to tap into travel more in your everyday life will not only speed up the process but also make it a lot easier and way enjoyable.

So below, let’s dive a little deeper into what you can do to inject and tap into that travel feeling ✨✈️

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Finding visual and audio inspiration

In the form of movies set in a foreign country, listening to music, cooking a foreign dish, use different ingredients in your cooking, and so much more. Anything that you can focus on that stimulates feelings of butterflies as you walk down foreign streets, or causes curiosity and an extreme love of life as you see how others live, for example, are the things that you should gravitate towards. Below are some examples of what’s been helping me surround myself with tapping into travel more.

Videos I’m watching on YouTube:

A vlog of someone who is genuinely excited to experience the place they’re at:

A movie clip that encapsulates the essence of a city like the intro in Midnight in Paris:

An apartment tour in the first-person perspective in the city of your dreams:

Music I’m listening to:

If you have a “travel song” (this one’s mine):

A song that takes you somewhere (this song is one that I listened to a lot while I visualized Greece):

Do those “travel things” now

If you visualize a certain morning routine you would have if you were traveling, start implementing some of those morning routine elements into your day to day at home. By doing these things now in the present day, you’re tapping into travel by already experiencing those things. Whether you’re really traveling abroad or not, the fact that you’re being a tourist in your own city or you’re taking a day trip to a neighboring town or province is already traveling itself. Remember, the more we have moments when we not only visualize travel but also practice it, your brain will register it as you already doing it.

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Find your tribe

Find your people. The internet is vast and within it, you will find the people who will not only help you tap into travel more but encourage it! On Facebook alone, there are so many groups dedicated to travel, it’s just a matter of searching a specific group that calls you in. Honestly, this has been such a support for someone like myself, who has felt alone in the process of loving the feeling of travel and wanting to connect with other like-minded people. I used to think Facebook was over, but now I feel like I’m almost on it as much as I am on Instagram 😂

Psst! If you don’t know already, I started a Facebook group that you can check out here if you’re interested in joining. This is a group of travel-loving individuals who love to explore ways to manifest more travel in their lives and unpack the different shifts in perceptions, ideas, and gained clarity on themselves from their travels. If you feel called to, we’d love to have you join us on the inside!

This is key. Find a supportive group, or even a blogger/vlogger that you resonate with that loves to travel maybe the same way you do or just inspires you. There are groups that will make you feel understood, supported, and validated in your feelings, and that’s what you should look for.

Travel and self development Facebook group

On the subject of Facebook groups, I will also be doing a LIVE inside The Travel Transformation Facebook group to talk more about this post, as well as expanding on manifesting travel, and my other experiences with it. I will be going live on Monday the 17th at 11am CST. Be sure to join us on the inside if you’d like access to that!

These are some of my favorite ways to tap into travel. This is a rather short list, and I even felt weird just sharing this small list of ideas, but I think that power they hold is immense and there really isn’t a need for more. In the past, and in other posts, I have shared countless other ways to visualize travel and manifest it more in your life, which work, but I think it’s also important to find the main methods that work for you.

Related: Setting The Travel Intention

At the end of all, if you’re looking to manifest more travel in your life, I would say that it comes down to continuously visualizing it and seeing it in your mind. It should be fun, and if it’s not, change it. It’s also very important to mention that a lot of people in the manifesting world always say that you have to be happy when trying to manifest more travel, and you should feel good. Though feeling good when visualizing is helpful and fun, the reality is that we are human and we will not always be happy, and that’s ok. As long as you keep seeing the images in your mind, and you make that part of your daily habits and routines, you’re on your way. Literally ✈️ 🚗 🚢

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Let me know if these tips helped you tap into travel a bit more, and helped you create a visualization or certain feeling around travel! I love to hear your stories and any questions you may have on this.

To more travel moments like these.

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